Release Blitz: Heart2Heart Volume 5 by A.M. Arthur, Daryl Banner, Tal Bauer, S.E. Harmon, Riley Hart, Kate Hawthorne, Lucy Lennox, E.M. Lindsey, Louisa Masters, Mia Monroe, Jodi Payne, Spencer Spears, K. Webster, Neve Wilder, & Alice Winters

Heart2Heart Volume 5
A.M. Arthur,  Daryl Banner, Tal Bauer, S.E. Harmon, Riley Hart, 
Kate Hawthorne, Lucy Lennox, E.M. Lindsey, Louisa Masters, Mia Monroe, 
Jodi Payne, Spencer Spears, K. Webster, Neve Wilder, & Alice Winters
Date Released: January 31, 2022

About Heart2Heart Volume 5
Once upon a time, a bunch of authors wondered... what would happen if Heart2Heart, the dating and community app responsible for bringing together couples from all over the world, encouraged people to do something they’d never done before?

#NeverHaveIEver is trending on H2H, and fourteen authors who’ve never before appeared in a Heart2Heart anthology (and one who’s never left) have come together to show how funny, hot, and heartwarming it can be when H2H app users challenge themselves to do something outside of their comfort zones—from singing in public, to skinny dipping, to getting their first real kiss—while they manage to fall in love along the way.


As always, all proceeds from this anthology will benefit LGBTQ+ charities to ensure that love in all its incarnations will be celebrated and protected every single day of the year!

And don’t forget: this volume of the anthology will only be available for 90 days, after which time it will never be offered again!




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About the Heart2Heart anthology series
Since 2018, and across four volumes, the Heart2Heart anthology has donated more than $100,000 USD to LGBTQ+ charities around the world. From large organizations such as Rainbow Railroad and The Trevor Project, to community programs like Kind Space and one•n•ten, we're honored to support their work.

A true passion project, Heart2Heart wouldn't be possible without the incredible efforts and generosity of our support teams: 

Cover design by Kelley Fox at Sleepy Fox Studios
Beta reading, editing, and proofreading by the team at LesCourt Author Services and other incredible volunteers
Promotion by Gay Romance Reviews 
The readers who never fail to bring their creativity when offering suggestions to inspire the authors. 

And of course, the authors' time and efforts and the organisational overlord of the project, Leslie Copeland.


About the Heart2Heart Volume 5 Charities
As with previous editions of the anthology, we’re honored to be donating our net profits to three deserving charities. These are all great charities and we need to take care of our youth and the next generation.

Love is Love. Be safe and kind. No one should have to suffer for who they are or who they love!



PFLAG Canada
PFLAG Canada is a national charitable organization, founded by parents who wished to help themselves and their family members understand and accept their LGBTQ2S children.

The “coming-out” process can be a critical time for families. When the adjustment period is particularly long or painful, relationships can become permanently damaged, resulting in a lifetime of emotional scars. People cannot always rise above the challenge of accepting themselves or their family members, and the results can be devastating, even fatal.



CHEW Project
The CHEW Project’s vision is to provide frontline support, opportunities for health and wellness, and to help find hope for 2SLGBTQ+ youth and emerging adults facing barriers related to:
  • Mental health
  • Oppression
  • Poverty
  • Homelessness
  • Substance use
  • Sexual health
  • Sexual exploitation/sex work
  • And others
CHEW’s team creates pathways to resilience through no cost access to: 
  • Basic needs
  • Shower
  • Laundry 
  • Emergency food hampers 
  • Clothing
  • Bus tickets
  • Mental health supports
  • Short and long term counselling 
  • Crisis and suicide intervention 
  • Harm reduction 
  • Social services 
Supported referrals for housing, income, and other social services 
  • Cultural connections 
  • Indigenous 
  • Newcomer and refugee communities 
  • Social activities 
  • STI testing 
Simply put, we try and be there in whatever ways we can to help youth and emerging adults survive, heal, and find hope.



Pride Centre of Edmonton
The Pride Centre of Edmonton provides a non-judgmental, welcoming space where people of all attractions, identities, and expressions can be themselves, find support, meet new people, and be part of a caring community. Under their roof is a safe space that welcomes every individual who enters through the doors.

They offer resources, education, volunteer opportunities, counselling, and a whole host of activities. One of the important roles they play in community is providing sensitive and expert information and referrals for those seeking help.

The Pride Centre of Edmonton also organize programs such as support groups, social events, and educational seminars to help improve the social, mental, and physical health of their community.


The Heart2Heart Volume 5 Charities


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